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Powellhurst - Gilbert : Real Estate Advice

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Sun May 4, 2014
Margaret Tigner asked:
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Edwin Kargbo asked:
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Fri Jan 10, 2014
Dragos Tavirlau answered:
what property are you talking about? an address will help. text me if you can 503-984-3485 and if the property is listed why not. if it's just something Trulia shows as "foreclosed" but not listed yet I can search for more details. thnx. ... more
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Wed Sep 25, 2013
Adriana Focke answered:
Is there a particular home in this park you are interested in?
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Fri Oct 5, 2012
Linda Heinrichs answered:
Not sure what area you are looking in, but is an excellent resource for crime statistics. You can also go online to the local law enforcement sites if it falls outside of the realm of Portland Maps to locate crime stats. If you need help buying or selling a home, we are here to help. ... more
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Thu Sep 20, 2012
Marvin Von Renchler answered:
Powellhurst-Gilbert is a neighborhood in the Southeast section of Portland, Oregon. It borders the neighborhoods of Montavilla, Hazelwood, and Mill Park on the north, Centennial on the east, Pleasant Valley on the east and south, and Lents and South Tabor on the west.

According to the Neighborhood Plan,[1] the neighborhood is named after two of its schools: Powellhurst (named in the 1920s after 1850s settler Jackson Powell) and Gilbert (named after William M. Gilbert, an Indiana emigrant who settled in the area c. 1890). Settlement of the community by farmers via the Donation Land Claim Act began in the middle of the 19th century. Rail service to Portland began in 1892, spurring residential development. The resulting suburb was gradually annexed by Portland beginning in the 1960s and completing in 1994.

Portland is TERRIBLY congested. We dont have rush 'hour'---we have rush DAY. Road systems were not built for our population and there is littlehope of it ever being fixable. Growth is planned to the east of Portland.

Its actually not too bad going into downtown from that area, as you have many routes. It depends a lot on what you consider 'downtown', also. Its not fun at all to try for downtown from western areas. You would be east/southeast of it. Yes there are stores and restaurants all around you.
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Thu Mar 24, 2011
Anita Desilva answered:
Hi Daniel,

Usually, if you are working with a Real Estate Broker, he or she would ask you to get you pre-approved for the price of home that you want to make an offer for.

And, you would need to let them know why you would like to have a Seller Carry back a contract.

Best wishes,
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